Articles Archive for September 2006

The Roadhouse 085
Posted in Uncategorized on 30 September 2006

No theme shows, here, but this one could be. It’s loose and light – built to roll and tumble right on through an hour of the finest blues you’ve never heard. Ronnie Baker Brooks, Rory Block, Steve Arvey, Mean Gene Kelton, and Lonnie Mack will keep you dancin’ in your chair. It’s the 85th Roadhouse […]

The Roadhouse 084
Posted in Uncategorized on 23 September 2006

It’s a good time to be a blues fan. With 84 editions of The Roadhouse, satellite radio channels dedicated to the blues, and new blues podcasts coming online every month, you’re likely to hear more blues in a week than in any time in the past 40 years. But this is the week that will […]

The Roadhouse 083
Posted in Uncategorized on 16 September 2006

With fall on the way in the midwestern US, the landscape is about to reveal its amazing diversity of foliage and colors. Likewise, I roll out a colorful diveristy of blues styles in the 83rd Roadhouse Podcast including Roy Rogers, Tommy Castro, Cephas and Wiggins, Janiva Magness, and Mike Andersen Band. It’s electric and acoustic, […]

The Roadhouse 082
Posted in Uncategorized on 9 September 2006

It’s a monumental edition of The Roadhouse – the official unveiling of The Roadhouse Premium. In celebration, we climb into the unofficial ’57 Cadillac convertible of the blues and make a coast-to-coast road trip. Leading the way: Oscar Jordan, Boo Boo Davis, Rita Chiarelli, Marcia Ball, and the JW-Jones Blues Band. The scope of styles […]

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Posted in Uncategorized on 5 September 2006

I mentioned in Show 081 that I’d make an announcement regarding The Roadhouse in show 082. That announcement, however, is going to depend on those of you who visit the site regularly. You can help us make sure the subject of the announcement is working and ready for broad release. The Roadhouse continues to evolve […]

The Roadhouse 081
Posted in Uncategorized on 2 September 2006

It’s the Labor Day Weekend in the US. In The Roadhouse, we’re celebrating the labor of love of some top-notch blues musicians. Lil’ Ed and the Blues Imperials, Shemekia Copeland, Sleepy John Estes, The Smokehouse Ramblers, and Larry Garner take the stage for the benefit of your mental health. There’s new sawdust on the dance […]


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